Asbestos Awareness (CA)

Asbestos Awareness (CA)

State-Specific Courses
Asbestos Awareness (CA)

The course provides staff members with an overview of asbestos, and how to follow proper procedures needed to ensure everyone's safety. Topics include: asbestos regulations and schools, origins of asbestos, uses of asbestos, health risks, asbestos abatement and the role of staff.

Course Authors
Dr. Joseph Guth
Guth is the president and principal expert of Scientific and Forensic Services Inc. in Norfolk, Virginia. With experience as a chemist, biophysicist, biochemist, toxicologist, microbiologist, American Board of Industrial Hygiene certified industrial hygienist, university professor, laboratory director, researcher and consultant, he provides a comprehensive view on public health issues. He has served as an expert witness in numerous legal settings.
Scott Bourdon
Scott Bourdon is a certified industrial hygienist, a certified safety professional and a registered environmental health specialist. His career includes environmental health and safety management and technical work for the second largest K-12 school district in the United States and the two largest public university systems in California. Asbestos concerns played a prominent role in these positions, and he has been able to apply that experience to private sector consulting and safety training.
TARGET AUDIENCE
Employees
DURATION
53 minutes
LANGUAGES
English

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